Houston Texans Braxton Miller recently signed a deal with Cap’n Crunch to promote their limited “Touchdown Crunch” cereal that is only being produced for 40 boxes in the Columbus area. The idea is to get kids excited for the upcoming NFL season which officially started in the first week of September, and Kroger thought Miller was the right athlete for the job. Cereal gigs are a great way for rookie players to get their name and face exposed to the public, so this deal is one that definitely benefits Miller too as he enters his second professional season as a football player.
The Springfield, Ohio native attended Wayne High School where he got his start in playing football. He ended up attending Ohio State University where he played for the Buckeyes for five seasons, before entering the 2016 NFL Draft and getting selected by the Houston Texans with whom he is still playing with today. Miller was named the Big Ten Most Valuable Player in both 2012 and 2013, as well as the CFP national champion, so it’s needless to say that fans are expecting big things from him as his professional career progresses.
Miller just signed an endorsement deal with Kroger to promote the limited edition of Cap’n Crunch, “Touchdown Crunch” to celebrate the kickoff of the new NFL season that just started. Be sure to keep an eye out for it in the grocery stores while supplies last.
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